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COUNTRIES (CO)

Material in this category pertains to a country, continent, or geographic area; and foreign governments, their officials and ambassadors. The file is arranged first by geographic areas and then beginning with CO 10 alphabetically by country with each country assigned a sequential number. This category was used primarily for visits of heads of state and chiefs of government and for cross referencing, mainly in the following categories:

CA 7 - approval of CAB orders regarding foreign air carrier permits.

GI - memoranda regarding the exchange of gifts during heads of state visits and on President's trips to foreign countries; Luci Johnson's wedding thank you notes; and the sending of space exploration photographs to foreign government officials by President Johnson.

HO - exchange of messages on U.S. and foreign holidays.

HU 2/MC - thank you letters to the President from those receiving copies of the Final Report of the White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights."

IM - requests for assistance with immigration status, especially visas.

ME - miscellaneous messages exchanged between the President and heads of state, government officials, and ambassadors.

ND 21 - carbons of invitations to the 7/1/68 signing of the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

OS - messages from foreign countries congratulating the U.S. on successful space missions.

PP and PP 1 - messages congratulating the President on 1964 election and expressing condolences following deaths of Douglas MacArthur, Adlai Stevenson, Herbert Hoover, U.S. astronauts, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

PR - requests for autographed photographs.

TR - Presidential trips to foreign countries.

Material on head of state visits filed here usually consists of Department of State Protocol Office administrative arrangements for the visit, including announcements, schedules, ceremonies, transportation, background material, guest lists, itineraries, press arrangements and press coverage, biographies of the official party, dinner toasts, expressions of appreciation and reactions to the visit. A chronological list of visits by heads of state and chiefs of government is posted on our web site.

Additionally, each country category may contain reports to the President on trips made to that particular country, changes in foreign government officials, diplomatic representation, views on U.S. involvement in Vietnam and other material on U.S. relations with that country. [See FO, IT, ND, and TR for additional material pertaining to these topics.] 32' 6-1/2".

For classified information on the subjects described below including head of state visits see the National Security Files.

GEN CO 1 - GEN CO 333

CONTINENTAL AREAS - FEDERATION OF MALAYSIA.

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 1-3

Contains Department of State referrals to embassies in countries of letters to the President, referring them to the Office in Charge for acknowledgement or for such disposition as he may deem appropriate. Referrals list enclosures of original letters. 1' 1-1/2".

CO

COUNTRIES

Boxes 4-5

(opened 1/22/75)

Contains lists of heads of state, ambassadors, and government officials meeting with the President, by country; protocol arrangements for presentation of ambassadors' credentials to the President; information concerning the President's meetings with heads of state, government officials, and diplomatic and special delegations, including protocol arrangements; Jack Valenti's arrangements for informal weekly luncheons with ambassadors; including lists and summaries of luncheons; tabulation of Presidential contacts with ambassadors; U.S. trips taken by foreign ambassadors; and ambassadors' trips to the LBJ Ranch. 8-3/4".

CO #/PR 14

COUNTRY #/PUBLIC RELATIONS-PETITIONS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 5

Consists of 3 cross references.

CO 1

COUNTRY/CONTINENTAL AREAS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 5

Contains 7 cross references.

CO 1 (Appalachia)

CONTINENTAL AREAS (APPALACHIA)

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 5-6

Contains cross references concerning the Appalachia program legislation and information on the President's Appalachia Regional Commission. General CO 1 (Appalachia) is filed in General CO 1/A-Z. -1".

CO 1/A-Z

CONTINENTAL AREAS/A-Z

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 6

This miscellaneous category contains materials on the following: Africa, Appalachia, Arabs, Baltic States, Campobello Island, Caribbean, Colorado River basin, Delaware Valley, Eastern Europe, Far East, Gibraltar, Micronesia, Middle-Atlantic States, Middle East, Southeast Asia, Ukraine, Vietnam, etc. 3".

CO 1-1

CONTINENTAL AREAS-AFRICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 7

Material on American foreign policy in Africa; economic development of Africa; African reaction to U.S. civil rights developments; President's meetings with African diplomatic corps; South African Apartheid policy; and conferences on Africa. 3-1/2".

CO 1-2

CONTINENTAL AREAS-ANTARCTICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 7

Includes suggestions for name change for Antarctica, material on the President's 5/20/65 meeting with Antarctica Policy Group and international cooperation in Antarctica. 1-1/4".

CO 1-3

CONTINENTAL AREAS-ASIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 7-8

Consists of expressions of opinion on U.S. policy in Southeast Asia; requests for appointments with the President regarding Southeast Asia; and various publications on Southeast Asia and Vietnam. 1-1/4".

CO 1-4

CONTINENTAL AREAS-COMMUNIST BLOC

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 8

Contains mainly cross references and views in support of peace in Vietnam and self-determination for Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania, and opinions on easing of East-West trade barriers. 1-1/2".

CO 1-5

CONTINENTAL AREAS-FAR EAST

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 9

Pertains to U.S. foreign policy in the Far East. 1".

CO 1-6

CONTINENTAL AREAS-MIDDLE EAST/NEAR EAST

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 9

Material on the Middle East crisis, including views on Arab-Israeli conflict, support of U.S. policy in Middle East, proposals for peace, Arab refugee problem, and suggestions for Middle East economic development. Includes miscellaneous publications on the Middle East. 3".

CO 1-7

CONTINENTAL AREAS-NORTH AMERICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 9

Contains 7 cross references.

CO 1-8

CONTINENTAL AREAS-LATIN AMERICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 9-11

Material on the President's meetings with Latin American ambassadors, Business Group for Latin America (3/23/65) chaired by David Rockefeller, Council for Latin American Affairs, Inter-American Committee for the Alliance for Progress (CIAP), Ministers of Government Security and Interior of Central America, Panama, and U.S.. (3/29-31/66), and Punta del Este Summit in Uruguay (4/12-14/67); U.S. foreign policy in Latin America; economic development of Latin America; Alliance for Progress; Sol Linowitz's luncheon with New York Times publisher and editors; and proposals for stimulating Latin American economy. Includes papers, articles, and reports on Latin American affairs. 9-1/2".

CO 1-9

CONTINENTAL AREAS-EUROPE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

Contains papers, articles, and reports on U.S.-European relations. Includes material on economic development of Western and Eastern Europe and European assessment of the Johnson Administration. 2".

CO 10

ADEN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

Consists of 2 cross references and one referral slip.

CO 11

AFGHANISTAN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

Material on the AID literacy program in Afghanistan. 1".

CO 12

ALBANIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

Support for Albanian freedom; mainly cross references. 8 items.

CO 13

ALGERIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

Material on 7/27/65 meeting of the President with Algerian ambassador and political situation in Algeria. -1".

CO 14

ANDORRA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

Not used.

CO 15

ANGOLA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

Support of Angola self-determination at the UN. 6 items.

CO 16

ARABIAN PENINSULA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 12

1 item.

CO 17

ARGENTINA

Box 13

(opened 1/22/75)

Contains materials on U.S. hosting various Argentine visiting groups; U.S. diplomatic relations, such as presentation of ambassador credentials to the President; requests for appointments with the President; and reactions to the overthrow of President Arturo Illia and to the new President Ongania. 2-1/4".

CO 18

AUSTRALIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 13-15

Material on U.S.-Australian economic relations, Australia's defense expenditures, death of Prime Minister Harold Holt, and the visits of Lord (Governor General) and Lady Casey (5/24-29/67) and William McMahon (Australian Minister for Labor and National Service) 5/23-30/64. Contains copy of 5/9/63 protocol and agreement between the U.S. and Australia on "Status of U.S. Forces in Australia." 9-1/4". [See TR 100 for President's visit to Australia.]

CO 19

AUSTRIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 15

Contains views on the Vietnam War and presentation of ambassador credentials by Dr. Ernest Lemberger. 1-1/2".

CO 20

AZORES

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 15

Consists of 4 cross references and one letter supporting the Vietnam War. 5 items.

CO 21

ABU DHABI

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 15

3 cross references.

CO 22

ANTIGUA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 15

Contains mainly cross references and a recommendation of a representative to Antigua celebration commemorating achievement of associates states status. 6 items.

CO 29

BARBADOS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 15

President's approval of ambassador appointment of Hilton Augustus Vaughan. -1".

CO 30

BAHAMAS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 15

Material on the possible visit of Premier Linden Pindling. -1.

CO 31

BASUTOLAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 15

Appointment of Albert S. Mohaleas as first ambassador to the U.S. -1".

CO 32

BECHUANALAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 16

Contains Presidential approvals of ambassador appointments of Chief Lenchew Molefi Kgafela II and Zachariah Keodireland Matthews; material on the U.S. delegation to Independence Day ceremonies; and the 1965 visit of Prime Minister Sertetse M. Khama with McGeorge Bundy. -1".

CO 33

BELGIUM

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 16

Material on U.S. visits of Belgian government officials, views concerning the Vietnam War, request for freedom of Belgian miners in the Congo, and relations with Belgium. 1-1/2".

CO 34

BERMUDA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 16

Mainly cross references. -1".

CO 35

BHUTAN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 16

1 cross reference.

CO 36

BOLIVIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 16

Material on the seizure of Peace Corps volunteers by Bolivian miners 12/6/63, cultural relations with Bolivia, U.S. Mission personnel in Bolivia, U.S. local currency in foreign countries for PL 480 program, and opposition to a plan to send Green Berets as military advisers. 1-3/4".

CO 37

BRAZIL

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 17

Pertains to economic development, agrarian reform, oil shale productions, U.S. health assistance, and diplomatic relations with Brazil. Includes material on President's meetings with Brazilian visitors and officials. 6".

CO 38

BULGARIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 18

President's approval of Dr. Luben Nikolov Guerassimov as ambassador. -1".

CO 39

GUYANA (BRITISH GUIANA)

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 18

Material on the British Guiana political situation and selection of U.S. delegation to celebration of Guyana independence 5/24-27/66. 1-1/4".

CO 40

CAMBODIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 18

Material concerning involvement of Cambodia in Vietnam War, resumption of diplomatic relations with Cambodia, development of Mekong River basin, and the 1965 Cambodia Conference and 1966 Baguio Conference. -1".

CO 42

CAMEROON, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 18

Includes backgrounder on Cameroon and biographical information on President El Hadj Ahmadou Ahidjo. 1".

CO 43

CANADA

Boxes 18-20

(opened 1/22/75)

Concerns U.S.-Canadian treaty agreement establishing Roosevelt Campobello International Park; U.S.-Canadian energy interchange and Columbia River Treaty; U.S. economic and trade relations with Canada; President's approval of Ambassador Albert Edgar Ritchie; Canadian politics; and the Canadian position on Vietnam. 10-3/4".

CO 44

CANARY ISLANDS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 20

3 cross references.

CO 45

CAPE VERDI

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 20

Not used.

CO 46

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 20

Pertains to U.S. and CAR ambassadorial personnel. -1".

CO 47

CEYLON

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 20

Concern's Ceylon's cancellation of residence permits for foreign missionaries and cancellation of 8/21/68 visit of Prime Minister Dudley Senanayake. -1".

CO 48

CHAD, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 21

Consists of list of missionaries in Chad and President's acceptance of ambassador credentials. 1".

CO 49

CHILE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 21

Material on delegation to 11/3/64 Frei inauguration and Chilean political situation, foreign relations, and economic development. 2".

CO 50

CHINA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 21

Contains support for normalization of U.S.-Chinese relations; material on U.S. policy regarding China; and opposition to use of foreign crews and ships for Vietnam shipments. 1-1/2".

CO 50-1

FORMOSA (TAIWAN)

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 22

Material on U.S. visits of Chinese scientists and government officials; transfer of the "Geronimo" (oceanographic research vessel) to Taiwan; and opposition to Red China's admission to the UN. 2-1/2".

CO 50-2

PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 22-23

Contains proposals for improvement of relations with Communist China; opinions on recognition of Red China; reactions to article by Defense Minister Marshall Lin Pao on V-J Day 9/3/65; and press coverage of U.S.-Chinese relations. Includes papers, reports and articles on Red China. 3-3/4".

CO 51

COLOMBIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 23

Pertains to negotiations regarding Colombian textiles; cancellation of President Lleras' 4/30-5/1/68 U.S. visit; and literacy programs. 2-3/4".

CO 52

CONGO, [DEMOCRATIC] REPUBLIC OF. [Now Zaire]

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 24

Material on the civil wars and revolts in the Congo, including evacuation of white mercenaries to Europe, arrests, kidnapping of Premier Moise Tshombe, U.S. aircraft support on 1967 rebellion, rescue mission and evacuation of Americans, and solutions to Congolese problems. 1-1/2".

CO 53

CONGO, [PEOPLE'S] REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Pertains to U.S.-Congo diplomatic relations. -1".

CO 54

COSTA RICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 24

Contains reactions to President's Central American visit [see TR 159], and a request for assistance with a case of confiscation of property by the Costa Rican government. 2-1/2".

CO 55

CUBA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 24-26

Material on the 2/7/64 water supply cut-off at Guantanamo Naval Base by the Cuban government; news media coverage of Cuban missile crisis and Bay of Pigs; proposals from the Cuban Revolutionary Government/Cubans in Exile to regain Cuba from Castro; U.S. policy regarding Cuba; Cuban refugees; OAS's cessation of diplomatic relations and trade with Cuba; and Cuban property loss claims. Includes papers, articles, and reports regarding Cuba. 8".

CO 56

CYPRUS

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 26-27

Contains material on conflict between Greece and Turkey over Cyprus, including 1964 and 1967 Cyprus crises, airlift to Cyprus, support of self-determination for people of Cyprus, opposition to Turkish aggression, and suggestions for peaceful settlement by the UN. 2".

CO 57

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 27

Material concerning 8/21/68 Soviet seizure of control of Czechoslovakia, support of freedom for Czech people, and President's 4/66 meeting with Joseph Cardinal Beran, former head of Czech Catholic hierarchy. 1-1/2". [See also ND 19/CO 57.]

CO 60

DAHOMEY, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 27

Contains mainly cross references. -1".

CO 61

DENMARK

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 27

Pertains to 5/9-12/65 U.S. visit of Princess Benedikte and Danish reactions to U.S. policies. 2".

CO 62

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 27-28

Material on the 1966 Dominican Republic elections; American public opinion regarding Dominican Republic situation; AID loan for oil refinery; economic assistance; delegation to President Joaquin Balager's inauguration; and 1965 U.S. intervention in Dominican Republic Revolution, including public reactions and press coverage. 3-1/2". [See also ND 19/CO 62.]

CO 70

ECUADOR

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 28

Pertains to rural and economic development of Ecuador, 1968 seizure of U.S. flagship by Ecuador, Punta del Este Summit Conference declaration, and selection of delegation to President's inauguration, 8/31/68. 1-1/4.

CO 71

EL SALVADOR

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 29

Concerns U.S. assistance to El Salvador and improvement of mail service to San Salvador Naval facility. 1-1/2". [See TR 105 and TR 159 for information on President's trips to El Salvador.]

CO 72

ESTONIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 29

Contains support for freedom and self-determination for peoples of Baltic States. -1".

CO 73

ETHIOPIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 29

Material on Emperor Haile Selassie's peace efforts with Nigerian Civil War and Humphrey's visit in 1968. 1-1/2".

CO 74

EQUATORIAL GUINEA, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 29

1 cross reference.

CO 80

FINLAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 29

Contains mainly cross references and includes appointment of Dr. Eduardo Jimenez de Arechaga as Commissioner under Treaty of Conciliation between U.S. and Finland. 1-1/4".

CO 81

FRANCE

(processed 2/27/74)

Boxes 29-31

Material pertaining to French diplomatic relations, politics, relations with the U.S., economic development, 1964 election, and NATO policies and actions; press coverage of France and DeGaulle; relationship between the President and DeGaulle; and support of France's payment of World War I and II reparations to the U.S. Includes publications from the Ambassade de Frances. 9".

CO 82

FRENCH GUIANA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 31

Not used.

CO 90

GABON, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 31

Mainly cross references. -1"

CO 91

GAMBIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 31

Pertains to 2/16-19/65 Gambian independence ceremonies and requests from Prime Minister D. K. Dawda Jawara for U.S. assistance. -1".

CO 92

GERMANY

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 32-35

Material on U.S.-German trade negotiations; economic development; visits to the U.S. by German businessmen, officials and scientists; German political situation and the problem of Berlin, East-West Germany division, and travel ban to East Germany; scientific cooperation between U.S. and Germany; cancellation of 7/7-8/67 Kiesinger visit; President's meetings with German defense and finance ministers; Nazi war crimes and German Federal Indemnification Law; and opposition to West German scientists working in Egypt on atomic projects. 1' 1-1/2". [See TR 112 for material on Adenauer funeral.]

CO 93

GHANA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 35

Contains mainly cross references and publications on Dr. Kwame Krumah and Ghana. 1-1/2".

CO 94

GREECE

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 35-37

Material on 1964 funeral of King Paul, U.S. aid to Greece, 1/27/64 visit of Queen Frederika, Greek political situation, concern regarding Greek Orthodox population in Turkey, 4/20/67 military takeover, Greek-Turkish conflict over Cyprus, and U.S.-Greek trade relations. 6".

CO 95

GREENLAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 37

6 cross references.

CO 96

GUADALOUPE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 37

1 cross reference.

CO 97

GUATEMALA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 37

Pertains to agricultural development and political situation in Guatemala. 1". [See TR 105, TR 159.]

CO 98

GUINEA, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 37

Concerns U.S. delegation to independence ceremonies of Equatorial Guinea from Spain. -1".

CO 110

HAITI

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 37

Contains opposition to Duvalier government. -1".

CO 111

HONDURAS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 37

Consists mainly of cross references and information regarding U.S. medical assistance. 1". [See TR 105, TR 159.]

CO 112

HONG KONG

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 37

Contains mainly cross references. 1'.

CO 113

HUNGARY

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 38

Concerns 10th anniversary of Hungarian Revolt, and request for relief for Hungarian refugees. 1".

CO 120

ICELAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 38

Cross references only. -1".

CO 121

INDIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 38-40

Material on U.S. assistance to India, such as construction of steel plant, fertilizer plant, agricultural assistance, PL 480 food assistance, education, grain shipments, transfer of oceanographic research vessel; U.S.-Indian relations; uses for U.S. rupee holdings; Indian famine problems; death of Prime Minister Shastri; visits of Indian government to the U.S.; U.S. policy on India; Food for Peace team 2/64 Indian visit; and India-Pakistan conflict. Includes papers, articles, and reports on situation in India. 11-3/4".

CO 122

INDONESIA

(Processed 2/27/74)

Boxes 40-41

Pertains to diplomatic relations, politics, economic development, U.S. assistance to Indonesia, attraction of private industry, Suharto's replacement of President Sukarno, and independence of Republic of South Moluccas from Indonesia. 2-1/4".

CO 123

IRAN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 41

Material on Iranian support of U.S. positions on Vietnam and Dominican Republic, assassination attempt against the Shah, and AID development assistance. 2-1/2".

CO 124

IRAQ

(processed 1/7/75)

Box 41

Concerns conflict between Iraqi Army and Kurdish Army of Liberation. -1".

CO 125

IRELAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 41-42

Contains opposition to British policies in Northern Ireland press release on U.S.-Irish cooperative fisheries project; and President's meetings with ambassadors. 1-3/4".

CO 126

ISRAEL

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 42-44

Material on reactions to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's visits; support of peace settlement of Arab-Israeli conflict; U.S. aid to Israel, including sale of agricultural commodities and phantom jets and desalinization; Jewish groups' requests for appointments with the President; opinions on selling arms to Israel; Middle East crisis involving Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria; and 1967 Arab-Israeli War. 9".

CO 127

ITALY

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 44-46

Pertains to 1964 death of President Antonio Segni; visits of Italian government officials and politicians to the U.S.; request for more Presidential appointments of Italian-Americans; U.S. assistance to Italy after Sicilian earthquake; and Italian press coverage of the President. 9". [See also TR 136.]

CO 128

IVORY COAST, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 46

Cross references. 1".

CO 140

JAMAICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 46

Concerns meeting of former U.S. Ambassador William Doherty with William Bowdler and Robert Komer on Jamaican migrant workers and Prime Minister Bustamante. -1".

CO 141

JAPAN

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 46-48

Material on U.S.-Japanese trade, communications, economic and foreign relations; visits to the U.S. by Japanese cabinet members, other government officials, scientists, economists,, and businessmen; conclusion of Japanese-Korean Treaty 12/17/65; 9/21-23/65 visit of Prince Mikasa, Princess Mikasa, and Princess Yasuko Mikasa; U.S.-Japanese Cooperative Medical Science program; return of Japanese rule to Iwo Jima. Contains booklets from the Hiroshima-Nagasaki World Peace Study Mission and miscellaneous articles on Japan. 10". [See IT 65 for U.S.-Japan Commission on Trade and Economic Affairs and RE 13 for Tokyo Olympics.]

CO 142

JORDAN

(processed 1/7/75)

Box 48

Contains reactions to U.S. sale of arms to Jordan; material on Jordan potash and Jordan River projects, and reactions to Hussein's visits. 1-1/2".

CO 150

KENYA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 49

Material on U.S. food and medical assistance; literacy mission; celebration of Kenya independence; and suggested visit of Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta. -1".

CO 151

KOREA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 49-50

Material on U.S.-Korean trade relations; comparison of war casualties in the Korean and Vietnam Wars; Korean Institute of Science and Technology; capture of U.S.S. PUEBLO [See also ND 19/CO 151] by North Korea; and U.S. assistance to Korea. 5-1/2". [See TR 100 and TR 144 for material on President's trips to Korea and Honolulu.]

CO 155

KUWAIT

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 50

Contains mainly cross references and information concerning President's 1967 meeting with Foreign Minister H. E. Shaik Sabah al Almad al Jabir. -1".

CO 160

LAOS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 50

Material on 1962 Geneva agreement on Laos; 11/06-19/67 U.S. visit of Crown Prince Vong Savang and Princess Mainlay, including 11/9 luncheon with the President in the State Dining Room; and reactions to U.S. activities in Laos and Vietnam. -1".

CO 161

LATVIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 50

Consists of support for freedom of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania and placing the issue of these three Baltic States on the UN agenda. -1".

CO 162

LEBANON

(processed 1/7/75)

Box 50

Material on U.S. assistance in Lebanon; USIA printing office in Beirut; and Israeli attack on Beirut. 1-1/4".

CO 163

LIBERIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Contains mainly cross references, as well as material on U.S. delegation to Tubman inauguration. 1-1/2".

CO 164

LIBYA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Contains copy of an AID article on Libya and Afghanistan. -1".

CO 165

LIECHTENSTEIN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Pertains to 1965 visit of Dr. Emil Heinz Batliner and His Excellency Prince Emmanuel to U.S. regarding Peace Corps and their attempt to organize a development service. 4 items.

CO 166

LITHUANIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Consists of requests for President to meet with Lithuanian groups to celebrate 50th Anniversary of Lithuanian Independence and support of self-determination for peoples of Baltic States. -1".

CO 167

LUXEMBOURG

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Contains copy of 9/30/65 speech given by Prime Minister Pierre Werner at NYC luncheon given by Belgian Chamber of Commerce. -1".

CO 168

LESOTHO

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Not used. [See CO 31.]

CO 180

MACAO

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

3 cross references.

CO 181

MADEIRA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Not used.

CO 182

MALAGASY REPUBLIC

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Pertains to 6/64 U.S. visit of General and Mrs. Ramanantsoa. -1".

CO 183

MALAYA, FEDERATION OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

3 cross references.

CO 184

MALDIVE ISLAND REPUBLIC

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 51

Concerns application of Islands for UN membership. -1".

CO 185

MALI, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 52

Concerns meat agreement between Mali and Henry S. Hendler, and activities of Bill Bennett as U.S. Exhibit Manager. -1".

CO 186

MALTA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 52

Pertains to U.S. assistance, selection of U.S. ambassador to Malta independence celebration, and support for basing U.S. 6th Fleet in Mediterranean at Malta. -1".

CO 187

MARTINIQUE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 52

Not used.

CO 188

MAURITANIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 52

Consists of cross references only. -1".

CO 189

MAURITIUS, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 52

Concerns 7/68 sugar discussions between U.S. and Mauritius, and selection of U.S. representatives to 3/12/68 independence ceremonies. -1".

CO 190

MEXICO

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 52-55

Material on the salinity problem on the lower Colorado River; joint efforts to control illegal drug traffic; inauguration of President Diaz-Ordaz; 9/25/64 Chamizal convention proclamation and 1967 Chamizal settlement; U.S. aid to Mexico; U.S. visits of Mexican government officials and dignitaries; inauguration of Lincoln statue in Mexico City; Joint U.S.-Mexico International Atomic Energy Saline Water Feasibility Study Agreement; U.S.-Mexico economic, trade and foreign relations; educational and employment problems of Texas Mexican-Americans; green card commuters; political situation in Mexico; agrarian reform; problems of Spanish-speaking Mexican-Americans [See HU 2/MC for Conference on Problems of Spanish-Speaking Mexican-Americans.]; liquor duty allowance; and Mexican student demonstrations. 1' 5". [See TR 84, TR 104, TR 105, TR 125 for trips to Mexico; and IT 87 for information on the U.S.-Mexico Border Development Commission.]

CO 191

MONACO

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

Mainly cross references. -1".

CO 192

MOROCCO

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

Concerns U.S. economic development aid and a request for an ambassador courtesy call. 1-3/4".

CO 193

MOZAMBIQUE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

4 cross references.

CO 194

MONGOLIA (OUTER MONGOLIA)

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

Concerns Association of Mongolian Lawyers' opposition to persecution of Communists and the establishment of diplomatic relations with Mongolian Peoples' Republic. 3 items.

CO 199

NAURU, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

2 cross references.

CO 200

NEPAL

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

Concerns collaboration of Telecommunications International Service in Nepal. 1".

CO 201

NETHERLANDS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

Material on economic relations, especially tax treaties; unveiling of John F. Kennedy statue in Beverwijk; 4/65 meeting of the President with Netherlands Rotarians; and visits of Prince Bernhard and the Royal Family to the U.S. in 1964. 1-3/4".

CO 202

NEW CALEDONIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 56

5 cross references.

CO 203

NEW ZEALAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 57

Material on visits of New Zealand officials to the U.S.; and New Zealand assistance in Navy's 6/26/64 evacuation of injured man at Murdo Station, Antarctica. 2".

CO 204

NICARAGUA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 57

Material on President (Dr.) Rene Schick funeral in 1966; representatives to inauguration of President Anastasio Somoza; rural electrification; and request for U.S. intervention to assure free elections. 2".

CO 205

NIGER, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 58

Concerns 1966 Nigerian crisis. -1".

CO 206

NIGERIA, FEDERATION OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 58

Material on U.S.-Nigerian diplomatic relations; Nigeria-Biafra Civil War; and U.S. aid and economic assistance to Nigeria and Biafra for reconstruction. 1".

CO 206-1

BIAFRA, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 58

Material on efforts to attain peace in Nigeria-Biafra Civil War; U.S. relief program; and support for Biafran independence. 3-1/4".

CO 207

NORTH BORNEO

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 59

1 cross reference.

CO 208

NORWAY

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 59

Concerns 9/28/65 lunch for Crown Prince Harold. 1-1/2".

CO 220

OMAN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 59

2 cross references.

CO 230

PAKISTAN

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 59-60

Material on J. B. Bonny's private meeting with Ayub Khan; cancellation of 4/25-30/65 Khan visit; East Pakistan Front; U.S. aid discussions; U.S. cooperation with Pakistan on health and medicine; Kashmire question; military supply situation; evacuation of U.S. citizens from Pakistan; and Bashir Ahmad (camel driver who visited Vice President Johnson in 1961). 4-1/4".

CO 231

PALESTINE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 60

Pertains to Arab-Israeli conflict over Jerusalem. -1".

CO 232

PANAMA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 60-61

Material on U.S.-Panamanian diplomatic, foreign, and economic relations, especially 1968 suspension of diplomatic relations and treaty negotiations concerning the Canal Zone; 4/3/64 Joint Declaration of U.S. and Panama; 1964 attack on Canal Zone; OAS; U.S. delegation to 10/1/68 inauguration of President; Panama Study Group; political situation in Panama and Canal Zone; 10/11/68 military coup against President Arnulfo Arias. 4-3/4".

CO 233

PARAGUAY

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 61

Consists mainly of cross references. 1".

CO 234

PERU

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 61

Material on International Development Foundation; Peruvian inspection team of Foreign Service Inspection Corps of the State Department; 1966 Peruvian seizure of American tuna fishing vessels; 1968 overthrow of President Belaunde; establishment of a trade union-cooperative in Peru--ASINCOOP; and Texas Partners of the Alliance with Peru. 2".

CO 235

PHILIPPINES

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 61-63

Material on rural electrification cooperatives; President Marcos' cabinet; U.S. delegation to Marcos inauguration; Philippine troops in Vietnam; visits to the U.S. by Philippine dignitaries; 6/22/68 dedication of Pacific War Memorial at Corregidor Island; Marcos 1/22/68 State of the Nation message before Joint Session of Congress; and U.S. assistance. 9-1/4". [See TR 100 for Manila Summit Conference.]

CO 236

POLAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 63-64

Material on appointment of ambassador John Gronouski; commemoration of Poland's National Christian Millennium throughout the U.S.; Polish American organizations; UN fishing project for Poland; U.S. medical assistance; U.S. position on German-Polish Oder-Nisse Line; Polish Government in Exile; and U.S.-Poland trade and foreign relations. 4".

CO 237

PORTUGAL

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 64-65

Mainly cross references. 1-1/4".

CO 249

QATAR

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 65

2 cross references.

CO 250

RHODESIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 65

Material on 1965-67 Rhodesian crisis, especially Southern Rhodesia's independence rebellion; British economic boycotts and oil embargo against Rhodesia; U.S. policy toward Rhodesia; and E. 0. 11322 concerning trade with Rhodesia. 2-1/4".

CO 251

ROMANIA (ROUMANIA)

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 65

Contains support for freedom for Rumania, opposition to Soviet aggression against Rumania, and material on U.S.-Rumania trade and claims against Rumanian Claims Fund. 1-1/4".

CO 252

RWANDA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 65

Mainly cross references. 1".

CO 259

SAN MARINO, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 66

Concerns appointment of Charles J. Re as Consul General of San Marino in New York. -1".

CO 260

SHARA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 66

1 cross reference.

CO 261

SARAWAK

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 66

1 cross reference.

CO 262

SAUDI ARABIA

(processed 1/7/75)

Box 66

Concerns 1968 visit of Crown Prince Khalid. 1-3/4".

CO 263

SENEGAL, REPUBLIC.

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 66

Mainly cross references. -1".

CO 264

SEYCHELLES

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 66

1 cross reference.

CO 265

SIERRA LEONE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 66

Mainly cross references. -1".

CO 266

SINGAPORE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 66

Mainly cross references. 1".

CO 267

SOMALIA REPUBLIC

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Mainly cross references. 1".

CO 268

SOMALILAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Not used.

CO 270

SOUTH PACIFIC ISLANDS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

5 cross references.

CO 271

SOUTHWEST AFRICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Material on question of self-determination and independence for Southwest Africa from South Africa. -1".

CO 272

SPAIN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Concerns E.O. 11267 regarding implementation of Treaty of Friendship and General Relations Between U.S. and Spain; 9/3-7/68 6th International Archives Conference in Madrid; and Spanish Pavilion at HemisFair. Includes publications from the Spanish Embassy. 1-3/4".

CO 273

SPANISH SAHARA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Not used.

CO 274

SUDAN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Pertains to U.S. physician assisting Prime Minister Mahgoub. -1".

CO 275

SURINAM

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Cross references only.

CO 276

SWAZILAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 67

Concerns 9/68 Swaziland Independence Day Ceremonies. -1".

CO 277

SWEDEN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 68

Material on U.S.-Swedish relations, especially Vietnam and political asylum for deserters; President's greeting of King Gustaf Adolf's granddaughter at White House 2/15/68; and Hubert Humphrey's visit with Prime Minister Erlander. 2".

CO 278

SWITZERLAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 68

Contains 8/16/65 Daniel Schorr article, "The Dispirit of Geneva," and 5/22/66 Committee print, "18 Nation Disarmament Conference." 2-1/4".

CO 279

SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC

(processed 1/7/75)

Box 68

Cross references only. -1"

CO 280

SIKKIM

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 68

1 cross reference.

CO 288

TANZANIA [UNITED REPUBLIC OF]

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 68

Mainly cross references. -1".

CO 289

TIBET

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 68

Concerns Tibetan refugees, recognition of Tibetan government in exile, and Communist Chinese persecution of Tibetans. 9 items.

CO 290

TANGANYIKA. [After 4/64, see CO 288 and CO 290.]

(opened 1/22/75) Box 68

Mainly cross references. -1".

CO 291

THAILAND

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 69

Material on Communist propaganda in Thailand; political situation; Thai Foreign Ministers' meeting; proposed E.O. designating Thailand as a combat zone for purposes of income tax exclusion; U.S. involvement in Thailand; and 5/29/66 proclamation of Treaty of Amity and Economic Relations with Thailand. 3-1/2" [See TR 100 for Manila Summit Conference.]

CO 292

TOGO, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 69

Concerns 1/11/67 proclamation of Treaty of Amity and Economic Relations with Togo. 1".

CO 293

TRIESTE

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 69

3 cross references.

CO 294

TRINIDAD

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 70

Concerns income tax convention with Trinidad-Tobago. -1".

CO 295

TUNISIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 70

Concerns U.S. aid to Tunisia. 1".

CO 296

TURKEY

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 70-71

Material on President's 3/66 meeting with Archbishop Iakovos regarding treatment of Greek Patriarch and Greek Orthodox Christians in Istanbul; 1966 U.S. medical treatment for President Gursel; Greek-Turkish conflict over Cyprus; and problem of controlling Turkish opium traffic. 5-1/4".

CO 297

KINGDOM OF TONGA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 71

Concerns coronation of King Tauffaahu Tupou, and death of Queen Salote. 9 items.

CO 298

TRUCIAL COAST

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 71

Not used.

CO 300

UGANDA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 71

Pertains to proposed visit of President (Sir) Edward Frederick Mutesa. -1".

CO 301

UNION OF BURMA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 71

Mainly cross references. 1-1/4".

CO 302

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 71-72

Material on South African racial policies (Apartheid) and conflict between South Africa and Southwest Africa; U.S. boycott of ships in South African trade; removal of tracking stations in South Africa; aircraft carrier FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT incident; and cessation of docking of U.S. warships at Cape Town. Contains articles and booklets concerning South Africa. 1-3/4".

CO 303

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 72-75

Material on U.S.-Soviet relations, including cooperation in space, territorial disputes, U.S. grain shipments, trade relationship, treaties (Outer Space, Non-Proliferation, Law of the Sea), limiting the arms race and negotiations regarding Vietnam; visits by Soviet scientists and leaders; Russian relations with India's Bokara Steel Mill; Andrei Gromyko's 12/9/64 and 10/10/66 visits with the President; passage and ratification of U.S.-Soviet Consular Convention; chart of Russian internal political organization; exploration of areas of detente; Soviet treatment of Jewish citizens (religious persecution); Russian fishing vessels off the northwest coast of U.S.; and 50th anniversary of Ukraine's independence celebration. l' 1-1/4".

CO 304

UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC

(processed 1/7/75)

Box 75

Material on U.S.-Egyptian relations; Arab-Israeli conflict; evacuation of U.S. citizens from UAR; Arab blockade of Gulf shipping; U.S. assistance; and opposition to German scientists helping UAR develop missiles. 2-1/2".

CO 305

UNITED KINGDOM

(opened 1/22/75)

Boxes 75-78

Material on U.S.-British economic, trade, political, foreign and diplomatic relations; Great Britain's sterling financial crisis; President's meetings with British government officials, such as 10/27/64 with Foreign Secretary Patrick Cordon Walker, 5/25/65 with Admiral of Fleet Earl Mountbatten, and 11/4-18/65 visit of Princess Margaret and Lord Snowden; Winston Churchill's 1/19/65 funeral; 1/65 death of T. S. Eliot; U.S. visits by British MP's; British relationship with International Secretariat of Volunteer Services; and British press coverage of the Johnson presidency. 1'.

CO 306

UPPER VOLTA, REPUBLIC OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 78

Concerns 1966 coup and disappearance of Mrs. Maurice Yameogo. -1".

CO 307

URUGUAY

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 78

Pertains to State Department arbitrating of case against Uruguayan State Railroad. 1-1/4". [See TR 105 for Punta del Este trip.]

CO 310

VATICAN CITY

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 78

Material on diplomatic relations with the Vatican; Medal of Freedom award to Pope John; role of Vatican in efforts to end Vietnam War; and meetings of the President with the Apostolic Delegate. 1-1/4".

CO 311

VENEZUELA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 79

Material on delegation to inauguration of President Raul Leoni; 2/20/65 shooting of Peace Corps Associate Director Bob Rupley and wounding of a Peace Corps volunteer; OAS; AID project; and settlement of dispute between Venezuelan government and Chemical Natural Resources, Inc. 2-1/2". [See TR 105 regarding Punta del Este.]

CO 312

VIETNAM

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 79-86

Contains views from various groups on the war in Southeast Asia, including White House staff, war correspondents, Congressmen, general public, academicians, European media, and students. Includes material on political situation in Vietnam; military coups, arrests and assassinations; Gulf of Tonkin; President Johnson's statements on Vietnam; U.S. food aid, assistance, and reconstruction and development efforts; Congressmen's trips to Vietnam; reports to the President of Vietnam casualties; Paris peace negotiations; AID projects and People-to-People Programs; Vietnam refugee problem; entertainment for American troops; disabled veterans programs and problems; Vietnam election, including U.S.-Vietnam Commission to observe the elections; delegation to President Thieu's inauguration; efforts to secure freedom for American POW's and MIA'S; and press coverage of the war. Also contains articles, reports and papers on Vietnam and the war, including 3/66 reports from the HEW Vietnam Health and Education Task Force. 2' 5-1/2". [See also ND 19/CO 312.]

CO 313

VIRGIN ISLANDS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Contains one brought forward slip and 1/13/69 statement to the 8th Legislature of the Virgin Islands by Governor Ralph M. Paiewonsky. 2 items.

CO 314

WEST INDIES, FEDERATION OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Concerns stripping of sand from Antiguan beaches; Anguilla citizens' request to become American territory; and Associated Statehood Celebrations in Grenada 3/2-4/67. -1".

CO 315

WESTERN SAMOA [AMERICAN AND WESTERN SAMOA]

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Pertains to U.S. visit of Prime Minister Mata'afa. -1".

CO 320

YEMEN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Concerns UN efforts to secure peace in 1967 war in Yemen. -1".

CO 321

YUGOSLAVIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Consists mainly of cross references. 1-1/4".

CO 328

ZAMBIA [formerly Northern Rhodesia]

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Material on 1966 airlift to Zambia; delegation to 1964 independence celebrations; and 1965 Rhodesia crisis. -1".

CO 330

ZANZIBAR [After 4/64, See CO 288.]

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Concerns 1964 revolt; U.S. recognition of government of Zanzibar; independence ceremonies; and requests for U.S. assistance. -1".

CO 331

BRITISH HONDURAS

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Mainly cross references. 9 items.

CO 332

BURUNDI, KINGDOM OF

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 86

Mainly cross references. -1".

CO 333

FEDERATION OF MALAYSIA

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 87

Material on Malaysian views on Vietnam War and U.S.-Malaysia trade relations, including rubber stockpile sales. 2". [See TR 100.]

CO 334

MALAWI

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 87

Concerns 11/30-12/5/64 and 6/2-11/67 visits of Banda and delegation to 7/6/66 inauguration of President Banda. -1".

CO 335

BAHRAIN

(opened 1/22/75)

Box 87

Two cross references.

COUNTRIES (CO)

Container Number

1

Gen CO 1 Continental Areas

Gen CO 1-1 Africa

Gen CO 1-2 Antarctica

Gen CO 1-3 Asia

Gen CO 1-4 Europe

Gen CO 1-5 North America

Gen CO 1-6 South America

Gen CO 10 Aden

Gen CO 11 Afghanistan

Gen CO 12 Albania

Gen CO 13 Algeria

Gen CO 14 Andorra

Gen CO 15 Angola

Gen CO 16 Arabian Peninsula

Gen CO 17 Argentina

Gen CO 18 Australia

Gen CO 19 Austria

Gen CO 20 Azores

Gen CO 30 Bahamas

Gen CO 31 Basutoland

Gen CO 32 Bechuanaland

Gen CO 33 Belgium

Gen CO 34 Bermuda

Gen CO 35 Bhutan

Gen CO 36 Bolivia

Gen CO 37 Brazil

Gen CO 38 Bulgaria

Gen CO 39 British Guiana

Gen CO 40 Cambodia

Gen CO 42 Cameroon, Federal Republic of

Gen CO 43 Canada

Gen CO 44 Canary Islands

Gen CO 45 Cape Verdi

Gen CO 46 Central African Republic

Gen CO 47 Ceylon

Gen CO 48 Chad, Republic of

Gen CO 49 Chile

Gen CO 50 China

Gen CO 50-1 Formosa (Taiwan)

Gen CO 50-2 Peoples Republic of (Communist China)

Gen CO 51 Columbia

Gen CO 52 Congo, Republic of

Gen CO 53 Congo, Republic of

Gen CO 54 Costa Rica

Gen CO 55 Cuba

Gen CO 56 Cyprus, Republic of

Gen CO 57 Czechoslovakia

Gen CO 60 Dahomey, Republic

Gen CO 61 Denmark

Gen CO 62 Dominican Republic

Gen CO 70 Ecuador

Gen CO 71 El Salvador

Gen CO 72 Estonia

Gen CO 73 Ethiopia

Gen CO 80 Finland

Gen CO 81 France

Gen CO 82 French Guiana

Gen CO 90 Gabon, Republic of

Gen CO 91 Gambia

Gen CO 92 Germany

2

Gen CO 93 Ghana

Gen CO 94 Greece

Gen CO 95 Greenland

Gen CO 96 Guadaloupe

Gen CO 97 Guatemala

Gen CO 98 Guinea, Republic of

Gen GO 110 Haiti

Gen CO 111 Honduras

Gen CO 112 Hong Kong

Gen CO 113 Hungary

Gen CO 120 Iceland

Gen CO 121 India

Gen CO 122 Indonesia

Gen CO 123 Iran

Gen CO 124 Iraq

Gen CO 125 Ireland

Gen CO 126 Israel

Gen CO 127 Italy

Gen CO 128 Ivory Coast, Republic of

Gen CO 140 Jamaica

Gen CO 141 Japan

Gen CO 142 Jordan

Gen CO 150 Kenya

Gen CO 151 Korea

Gen CO 155 Kuwait

Gen CO 160 Laos

Gen CO 161 Latvia

Gen CO 162 Lebanon

Gen CO 163 Liberia

Gen CO 164 Libya

Gen CO 165 Liechtenstein

Gen CO 166 Lithuania

Gen CO 167 Luxembourg

Gen CO 180 Macao

Gen CO 181 Madeira

Gen CO 182 Malagasy Republic

Gen CO 183 Malaya, Federation of

Gen CO 184 Maldive Islands, Republic of

Gen CO 185 Mali, Republic of

Gen CO 186 Malta

Gen CO 187 Martinique

Gen CO 188 Mauritania, Islamic Republic of

Gen CO 189 Mauritius Islands

Gen CO 190 Mexico

Gen CO 191 Monaco

Gen CO 192 Morocco

Gen CO 193 Mozambique

Gen CO 194 Mongolia (Outer Mongolia)

Gen CO 200 Nepal

Gen CO 201 Netherlands

Gen CO 202 New Caledonia

Gen CO 203 New Zealand

Gen CO 204 Nicaragua

Gen CO 205 Niger, Republic

Gen CO 206 Nigeria, Federation of

Gen CO 207 North Borneo

Gen CO 208 Norway

Gen CO 220 Oman

Gen CO 230 Pakistan

Gen CO 231 Palestine

Gen CO 232 Panama

Gen CO 233 Paraguay

Gen CO 234 Peru

3

Gen CO 235 Philippines

Gen CO 236 Poland

Gen CO 237 Portugal

Gen CO 250 Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Federation of

Gen CO 251 Romania (Rumania)

Gen CO 252 Rwanda

Gen CO 259 San Marino, Republic of

Gen CO 260 Sahara

Gen CO 261 Sarawak

Gen CO 262 Saudi Arabia

Gen CO 263 Senegal, Republic of

Gen CO 264 Seychelles

Gen CO 265 Sierra Leone

Gen CO 266 Singapore

Gen CO 267 Somalia Republic

Gen CO 268 Somaliland

Gen CO 269 Soudan

Gen CO 270 South Pacific Islands

Gen CO 271 Southwest Africa

Gen CO 272 Spain

Gen CO 273 Spanish Sahara

Gen CO 274 Sudan

Gen CO 275 Surinam

Gen CO 276 Swaziland

Gen CO 277 Sweden

Gen CO 278 Switzerland

Gen CO 279 Syrian Arab Republic

Gea CO 280 Sikkim

Gen CO 289 Tibet

Gen CO 290 Tanganyika

Gen CO 291 Thailand

Gen CO 292 Togo, Republic of

Gen CO 293 Trieste

Gen CO 294 Trinidad

Gen CO 295 Tunisia

Gen CO 296 Turkey

Gen CO 298 Trucial Coast

Gen CO 300 Uganda

Gen CO 301 Burma, Union of

Gen CO 302 Republic of South Africa

Gen CO 303 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Gen CO 304 United Arab Republic

Gen CO 305 United Kingdom

Gen CO 306 Upper Volta, Kingdom of

Gen CO 307 Uruguay

Gen CO 310 Vatican City

Gen CO 311 Venezuela

Gen CO 312 Viet-Nam

Gen CO 313 Virgin Islands

Gen CO 314 West Indies, Federation of

Gen CO 315 Western Samoa

Gen CO 320 Yemen

Gen CO 321 Yugoslavia

Gen CO 330 Zanzibar

Gen CO 331 British Honduras

Gen CO 332 Burundi, Kingdom of

Gen CO 333 Malaysia, Federation of

4

Ex CO

11/22/63-2/28/68

5

Ex CO

3/01/67-1/20/69

Gen CO

Ex CO #/PR 14

Gen CO #/PR 14

Ex CO 1 Continental Areas

Gen CO 1

Ex CO 1 (Appalachia)

6

Ex CO 1/A-Z

Gen CO 1/A-Z

Ex CO 1-1 Africa

11/23/63-10/14/66

7

Ex CO 1-1

10/15/66-1/20/69

Gen CO 1-1

Ex CO 1-2 Antarctica

Gen CO 1-2

Ex CO 1-3 Asia

1/1/64-6/15/65

8

Ex CO 1-3

6/16/65-1/20/69

Gen CO 1-3

Ex CO 1-4 Communist Bloc

Gen CO 1-4

9

Ex CO 1-5 Far East

Gen CO 1-5

Ex CO 1-6 Middle/Near East

Gen CO 1-6

Ex CO 1-7 North America

Gen CO 1-7

Ex CO 1-8 South America

11/22/63-7/25/64

10

Ex CO 1-8

7/26/64-1/20/69

11

Gen CO 1-8

12

Ex CO 1-9 Europe

Gen CO 1-9

Ex CO 10 Aden

Gen CO 10

Ex CO 11 Afghanistan

Gen CO 11

Ex CO 12 Albania

Gen CO 12

12

Ex CO 13 Algeria

Gen CO 13

Ex CO 14 Andorra

Gen CO 14

Ex CO 15 Angola

Gen CO 15

Ex CO 16 Arabian Peninsula

Gen CO 16

Ex CO 17 Argentina

13

Gen CO 17

Ex C0 18 Australia

11/22/63-5/31/67

14

Ex CO 18

6/1/67-1/20/69

Gen CO 18

11/22/63-7/6/67

15

Gen CO 18

7/7/67-1/20/69

Ex CO 19 Austria

Gen CO 19

Ex CO 20 Azores

Gen CO 20

Ex CO 21 Abu Dhabi

Gen CO 21

Ex CO 22 Antigua

Gen CO 22

Ex CO 29 Barbados

Gen CO 29

Ex CO 30 Bahamas

Gen CO 30

Ex CO 31 Basutoland

Gen CO 31

16

Ex CO 32 Bechuanaland

Gen CO 32

Ex CO 33 Belgium

Gen CO 33

Ex CO 34 Bermuda

Gen CO 34

Ex CO 35 Bhutan

Gen CO 35

Ex CO 36 Bolivia

Gen CO 36

Ex CO 37 Brazil

11/22/63-10/21/65

17

Ex CO 37

10/22/65-1/20/69

Gen CO 37

18

Ex CO 38 Bulgaria

Gen CO 38

Ex CO 39 Guyana (British Guiana)

Gen CO 39

Ex CO 40 Cambodia

Gen CO 40

Ex CO 42 Cameroon, Federal Republic of

Gen CO 42

Ex CO 43 Canada

11/22/63-12/31/64

19

Ex CO 43

1/1/65-1/20/69

Gen CO 43

11/22/63-11/24/64

20

Gen CO 43

11/25/64-1/20/69

Ex CO 44 Canary Islands

Gen CO 44

Ex CO 45 Cape Verdi

Gen CO 45

Ex CO 46 Central African Republic

Gen CO 46

Ex CO 47 Ceylon

Gen CO 47

21

Ex CO 48 Chad, Republic of

Gen CO 48

Ex CO 49 Chile

Gen CO 49

EX CO 50 China

Gen CO 50

22

Ex CO 50-1 Fomosa (Taiwan)

Gen CO 50-1

Ex CO 50-2 Peoples Republic of China

Gen CO 50-2

11/2263-1/12/65

23

Gen CO 50-2

1/13/65-1/20/69

Ex CO 51 Colombia

Gen CO 51

24

Ex CO 52 Congo, Republic of the

Gen CO 52

Ex CO 53 Congo, Republic of

Gen CO 53

Ex CO 54 Costa Rica

Gen CO 54

24

Ex CO 55 Cuba

11/22/63-2/29/64

25

EX CO 55

3/1/64-1/20/69

Gen CO 55

11/22/63-7/14/65

26

Gen CO 55

7/15/65-1/20/69

Ex CO 56 Cyprus

Gen CO 56

11/22/63-10/9/64

27

Gen CO 56

10/10/64-1/20/69

Ex CO 57 Czechoslovakia (SEE ALSO ND 19/CO 57)

Gen CO 57

Ex CO 60 Dahomey, Republic of

Gen CO 60

Ex CO 61 Dermark

Gen CO 61

Ex CO 62 Dominican Republic

11/22/63- 4/27/65

Ex CO 62 (SEE ALSO ND 19/CO 62)

4/28/65-5/19/65

28

Ex CO 62

5/20/65-1/20/69

Gen CO 62

Ex CO 70 Ecuador

Gen CO 70

29

Ex CO 71 El Salvador

Gen CO 71

Ex CO 72 Estonia

Gen CO 72

Ex CO 73 Ethiopia

Gen CO 73

Ex CO 74 Equatorial Guinea, Republic of

Gen CO 74

Ex CO 80 Finland

Gen CO 80

Ex CO 81 France

11/22/63-6/14/64

30

Ex CO 81

6/15/64-1/20/69

Gen CO 81

11/22/63-8/18/64

31

Gen CO 81

8/19/64-1/20/69

Ex CO 82 French Guiana

Gen CO 82

Ex CO 90 Gabon, Republic of

Gen CO 90

Ex CO 91 Gambia

Gen CO 91

32

Ex CO 92 Germany

11/22/63- 4/15/67

33

Ex CO 92

4/16/67-1/20/69

Gen CO 92

11/22/63-9/30/64

34

Gen CO 92

10/1/64-11/25/66

35

Gen CO 92

11/26/66-1/20/69

36

Gen CO 92/LG/Berlin

Ex CO 93 Ghana

Gen CO 93

Ex CO 94 Greece

11/22/63-10/11/66

36

Ex CO 94

10/12/66-1/20/69

Gen CO 94

11/22/63-7/15/68

37

Gen CO 94

7/16/68-1/20/69

Ex CO 95 Greenland

Gen CO 95

Ex CO 96 Guadaloupe

Gen CO 96

Ex CO 97 Guatemala

Gen CO 97

Ex CO 98 Guinea, Republic of

Gen CO 98

Ex CO 110 Haiti

Gen CO 110

Ex CO 111 Honduras

Gen GO 111

Ex CO 112 Hong Kong

Gen CO 112

38

Ex CO 113 Hungary

Gen CO 113

Ex CO 120 Iceland

Gen CO 120

Ex CO 121 India

11/22/63-3/29/66

39

Ex CO 121

3/30/66-1/20/69

Gen CO 121

11/22/63-/25/65

40

Gen CO 121

6/26/65-1/20/69

Ex CO 122 Indonesia

41

Gen CO 122

Ex CO 123 Iran

Gen CO 123

Ex CO 124 Iraq

Gen CO 124

Ex CO 125 Ireland

11/22/63-6/6/66

42

Ex CO 125

6/ 7/66-1/20/69

Gen CO 125

Ex CO 126 Israel

11/22/63-1/19/68

43

Ex CO 126

1/20/68-1/20/69

43

Gen CO 126

11/22/63-10/20/67

44

Gen CO 126

10/21/67-1/20/69

Ex CO 127 Italy

11/22/63-6/30/68

45

Ex CO 127

7/1/68-1/20/69

Gen CO 127

11/22/63-3/24/67

46

Gen CO 127

3/25/67-1/20/69

Ex CO 128 Ivory Coast, Republic of

Gen CO 128

Ex CO 140 Jamaica

Gen CO 140

Ex CO 141 Japan

11/22/63-7/15/65

47

Ex CO 141

7/16/65-1/20/69

Gen CO 141

11/22/63-10/9/64

48

Gen CO 141

10/10/64-1/20/69

Ex CO 142 Jordan

Gen CO 142

49

Ex CO 150 Kenya

Gen CO 150

Ex CO 151 Korea

Gen CO 151

11/22/63-11/24/65

50

Gen CO 151

11/25/65-1/20/69

Ex CO l55 Kuwait

Gen CO 155

Ex CO 160 Laos

Gen CO 160

Ex CO 161 Latvia

Gen CO 161

Ex CO 162 Lebanon

Gen CO 162

51

Ex CO 163 Liberia

Gen CO 163

Ex CO 164 Libya

Gen CO 164

Ex CO 165 Liechtenstein

Gen CO 165

Ex CO 166 Lithuania

Gen CO 166

Ex CO 167 Luxembourg

Gen CO 167

Ex CO 168 see CO 31

Gen CO 168 see CO 31

51

Ex CO 180 Macao

Gen CO 180

Ex CO 181 Madeira

Gen CO 181

Ex CO 182 Malagasy Republic

Gen CO 182

Ex CO 183 Malaya, Federation of

Gen CO 183

Ex CO 184 Maldive Island Republic

Gen CO 184

52

Ex CO 185 Mali, Republic of

Gen CO 185

Ex 00 186 Malta

Gen CO 186

Ex CO 187 Martinique

Gen CO 187

Ex CO 188 Mauritania

Gen CO 188

Ex CO 189 Mauritius, Republic of

Gen CO 189

Ex CO 190 Mexico

11/22/63-3/22/66

53

Ex CO 190

3/23/66-2/29/63

54

Ex CO 190

3/1/68-1/20/69

Gen CO 190

11/22/63-4/30/65

55

Gen CO 190

5/1/65-1/20/69

56

Ex CO 191 Monaco

Gen CO 191

Ex CO 192 Morocco

Gen CO 192

Ex CO 193 Mozambique

Gen CO 193

Ex CO 194 Mongolia (Outer Mongolia)

Gen CO 194

Ex CO 199 Nauru, Republic of

Gen CO 199

Ex CO 200 Nepal

Gen CO 200

Ex CO 201 Netherlands

Gen CO 201

56

Ex CO 202 New Caledonia

Gen CO 202

57

Ex CO 203 New Zealand

Gen CO 203

Ex CO 204 Nicaragua

Gen CO 204

58

Ex CO 205 Niger, Republic of

Gen CO 205

Ex CO 206 Nigeria, Federation of

Gen CO 206

Ex CO 206-1 Biafra, Republic of

Gen 00 206-1

59

Ex CO 207 North Borneo

Gen CO 207

Ex CO 208 Norway

Gen CO 208

Ex CO 220 Oman

Gen CO 220

Ex CO 230 Pakistan

Gen CO 230

11/22/63-12/13/65

60

Gen CO 230

12/14/65-1/20/69

Ex CO 231 Palestine

Gen CO 231

Ex CO 232 Panama

Gen CO 232

11/22/63-3/15/64

61

Gen CO 232

3/16/64-1/20/69

Ex CO 233 Paraguay

Gen CO 233

Ex CO 234 Peru

Gen CO 234

Ex CO 235 Philippines

11/22/63-10/4/64

62

Ex CO 235

10/5/64-12/31/66

63

Ex CO 235

1/1/67-1/20/69

Gen CO 235

Ex CO 236 Poland

11/23/63-5/3/66

64

Ex CO 236

5/4/66-1/20/69

Gen CO 236

Ex CO 237 Portugal

Gen CO 237

11/22/63-4/10/65

65

Gen CO 237

4/11/65-1/20/69

Ex CO 249 Qatar

Gen CO 249

Ex CO 250 Rhodesia

Gen CO 250

Ex CO 251 Romania (Rumania)

Gen CO 251

Ex CO 252 Rwanda

Gen CO 252

66

Ex CO 259 San Marino, Republic of

Gen CO 259

Ex CO 260 Sahara

Gen CO 260

Ex CO 261 Sarawak

Gen CO 261

Ex CO 262 Saudi Arabia

Gen CO 262

Ex CO 263 Senegal, Republic of

Gen CO 263

Ex CO 264 Seychelles

Gen CO 264

Ex CO 265 Sierra Leone

Gen CO 265

Ex CO 266 Singapore

Gen CO 266

67

Ex CO 267 Somalia Republic

Gen CO 267

Ex CO 268 Somaliland

Gen CO 268

Ex CO 270 South Pacific Islands

Gen CO 270

Ex CO 271 Southwest Africa

Gen CO 271

Ex CO 272 Spain

Gen CO 272

Ex CO 273 Spanish Sahara

Gen CO 273

Ex CO 274 Sudan

Gen CO 274

67

Ex CO 275 Surinam

Gen CO 275

Ex CO 276 Swaziland

Gen CO 276

68

Ex CO 277 Sweden

Gen CO 277

Ex CO 278 Switzerland

Gen CO 278

Ex CO 279 Syrian Arab Republic

Gen CO 279

Ex CO 280 Sikkim

Gen CO 280

Ex CO 288 Tanzania

Gen CO 288

Ex CO 289 Tibet

Gen CO 289

Ex CO 290 Tanganyika (after 4/64 SEE CO 288)

Gen CO 290

69

Ex CO 291 Thailand

Gen CO 291

Ex CO 292 Togo, Republic of

Gen CO 292

Ex CO 293 Trieste

Gen CO 293

70

Ex CO 294 Trinidad

Gen CO 294

Ex CO 295 Tunisia

Gen CO 295

Ex CO 296 Turkey

71

Gen CO 296

Ex CO 297 Kingdom of Tonga

Gen CO 297

Ex CO 298 Trucial Coast

Gen CO 298

Ex CO 300 Uganda

Gen CO 300

Ex CO 301 Union of Burma

Gen CO 301

Ex CO 302 Republic of South Africa

72

Gen CO 302

Ex CO 303 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

11/22/63-11/21/66

73

Ex CO 303

11/22/66-1/20/69

Gen CO 303

11/22/63-5/10/64

74

Gen CO 303

5/11/64-12/31/67

75

Gen CO 303

1/ 1/68- 1/20/69

Ex CO 304 United Arab Republic

Gen CO 304

Ex CO 305 United Kingdom

11/22/63-12/31/64

76

Ex CO 305

1/1/65-6/30/68

77

Ex CO 305

7/1/68-1/20/69

Gen CO 305

11/22/63-2/17/67

78

Gen CO 305

2/18/67-1/20/69

Ex CO 306 Upper Volta, Republic of

Gen CO 306

Ex CO 307 Uruguay

Gen CO 307

Ex CO 310 Vatican City

Gen CO 310

79

Ex CO 311 Venezuela

Gen CO 311

Ex CO 312 Vietnam

11/22/63-5/31/65

80

Ex CO 312

6/1/65-5/23/67

81

Ex CO 312

5/24/67-1/31/68

82

Ex CO 312

2/1/687 1/20/69

Gen CO 312

11/22/63-8/31/64

83

Gen CO 312

9/1/64-7/25/65

84

Gen CO 312

7/26/65-3/16/67

85

Gen CO 312

3/17/67-7/31/68

86

Gen CO 312

8/1/68-1/20/69

Ex CO 313 Virgin Islands

Gen CO 313

Ex CO 314 West Indies, Federation of

Gen CO 314

Ex CO 315 Western Samoa

Gen CO 315

Ex CO 320 Yemen

Gen CO 320

Ex CO 321 Yugoslavia

Gen CO 321

Ex CO 328 Zambia

Gen CO 328

86

Ex CO 330 Zanzibar (after 4/64 SEE CO 288)

Gen CO 330

Ex CO 331 British Honduras

Gen CO 331

Ex CO 332 Burundi, Kingdom of

Gen CO 332

87

Ex, CO 333 Federation of Malaysia

Gen CO 333

Ex CO 334 Malawi

Gen CO 334

Ex CO 335 Bahrain

Gen CO 335